- Supporting the growth of friendly bacteria
- Promoting healthy bowel functions and regularity4
- Reducing feelings of bloating
- Balancing cholesterol levels3
- Supporting better gut health
- Reduces blood sugar spikes after meals2
- Balancing the microbiome
ZinoBiotic is a concentrated blend of 5 dietary fibers: digestion resistant starch from whole grains, inulin from chicory root, beta-glucan from oat, and fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS) also from chicory root and psyllium husk. The fibers are fermented in the colon and aimed at several bowel functions.
A healthy gut is essential for a healthy body. There are over 100 trillion bacteria in the human colon. Some bacterias are good for our health, others are less desirable. The good bacteria use dietary fibers as their fuel, enabling them to outgrow and displace the less wanted bacteria. The good bacteria contribute to many important body functions, such as educating our immune system. They are also linked to a better mood, stamina and health in general.
One of the five fibers is beta-glucan from oat. This has a scientifically approved function in maintaining normal blood cholesterol2.
|Amount per Serving||1 scoop, 6 g|
|Resistant starch||2,4 g|
|Beta-glucan from oat||0,8 g|
Resistant starch (from whole grains), beta glucan from oat, inulin, fructooligosaccharides, psyllium husk powder, bulking agent (xanthan gum E415), anti-caking agent (tricalsium phosphate E341), natural sweetener (steviol glycosides E960)
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE
Mix 1 scoop (6 g) powder with 50-100 ml water in a shaker bottle, or mix with a drink of your choice. The product can be used 1-2 times per day according to or to your needs. The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded.
Drinking extra fluid is strongly recommended when you consume dietary fibers since water prevents feces from becoming too solid.
Store product dry and cool with the lid on.
Food supplements do not replace a varied diet. Pregnant women and children below 1 year should consult with physician before use. * Confirmed by EFSA (The European Food Safety Authority)